…has just been awarded a contract to supply the Gateway (assuming the Gateway ever actually exists).
Strzok prioritized his illegal spying on the Trump campaign over subpoenaing Weiner’s laptop.
My sense is that to the degree that they have different accents, it’s class based, not regional. That is, most of the people I meet are probably upper middle, whereas someone Rugby Union might speak strine so thick that it would be almost unintelligible to me.
After too many decades, almost a century, the people have pulled aside the curtain, and the man behind it has been exposed.
I’ve never frequented them much; I think the price for a drink at one is ridiculous, but they’re an important element of culture.
Hey, I’d like to end them, too, but his solution–to go vegetarian–is not nutritionally viable to me. It would be in no way a dietary improvement.
It sure would be great if we could somehow manufacture meat without the suffering, though. It’s a technology that would be very useful for spaceflight.
My deepest condolences to the long-time gun blogger on the sudden loss of his beloved wife.
A hard look.
I’m unlikely to be killed by this thing, but I don’t want to even get it, let alone be hospitalized.
Why that doomsday scenario is likely way off.
Bob Zimmerman doesn’t think that this will overwhelm our national hospital capacity. Though it does seem to be doing so in New York city.
…revealed by the pandemic. The latter two are particularly important.
[Update a while later]
Related: A litany of useless laws have been exposed as well.
[Update a while more later]
The coming age of dispersion.
We’ve been wanting to get out of the city for a long time. Most people don’t realize how large and empty the American west is, including California itself. New technology is going to make it increasingly possible and affordable to live comfortably off the grid.